New release: 2009 Bolero...a tumultuous blend of Tempranillo and Grenache. The grapes were sourced from the Rattlesnake Hills; picked under a waxing gibbous moon, and crushed while fair maidens danced around the vats chanting ancient Celtic lore. Just kidding. If memory serves me correctly, the sky opened up and proceeded to deluge us while we stood outside in 33.5 degree weather shivering. But it was worth the effort as the wine is lovely.
It opens with a tremendously inviting bouquet of high country berries and a chorus of vanilla hues. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied, ultra smooth, and wonderfully balanced with that rich blueberry running the show. The finish is extremely fulfilling and its moderate tannins linger for quite some time. This wine is made for hedonistic drinking. Sit back and enjoy the ride.
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At Harbinger Winery our obsession with finding the perfect balance of fruit and terrior is evident in every wine.
Stop by and visit the Harbinger Krewe in their very quaint ex-logging-truck-shop, now-turned-winery for an unforgettable tasting and sensory experience.